COPENHAGEN – Nordea Transaction Banking has won The Banker’s prestigious Transaction Banking Award for the Nordic region 2016.
The Banker, owned by the Financial Times, announced the news that Nordea had won the first ever Nordic award in this area in its special September Sibos edition.
According to The Banker, the award goes to a bank that has “demonstrated a clear strategy, as well as improvement and progress in the past 12 months” and that the accolade aims “to celebrate the success of initiatives to improve productivity, raise service levels and gain strategic advantage”.
“Winning The Banker’s first ever Transaction Banking Award for the Nordic region is a great honour for Nordea. It is also testament to the initial success of the journey we are undertaking to actively transform our industry and define the future transaction banking landscape together with our customers,” commented a delighted Erik Zingmark, Co-Head of Transaction Banking at Nordea.
The positive news follows the creation of a new Transaction Banking area at the end of 2015, which hoped to maximise synergies across Trade Finance, Nordea Finance, Cash Management, Cards and Working Capital Finance.
Other Cash Management news
Awards and organisational news Nordea Palkinnot
Nordea Transaction Banking has, for the second year in a row, won The Banker’s Transaction Banking Award for the Nordic region.
Insights and knowledge sharing
Nordea’s Summer of Innovation program has recently completed in Stockholm and Helsinki, successfully testing ten prototyped solutions during a period of six...
Nordea will partner with Finnish company Basware, a global leader in networked purchase-to-pay solutions, to provide a dynamic discounting solution to custom...
Awards and organisational news
Nordea has been named as Best Bank for Trade Finance Services in Western Europe by Global Finance magazine.
Conferences and events
Connect with Nordea at Sibos in Toronto. We'll be at our stand and taking part in many session at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre between 16 and 19 October.